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Every Memorial Day, Los Alamitos PD chief honors the father who shaped his life

Today, as he does every Memorial Day, Los Alamitos Chief of Police Eric R. Nunez will gather his family and visit All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach to spend time in quiet prayer to remember and honor...

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Anaheim Fire & Rescue welcomes 21 recruits, honors promoted employees at annual event

The City National Grove of Anaheim was full of proud friends and family for Anaheim Fire & Rescue’s Promotion & Graduation ceremony May 19, honoring graduates who recently completed...

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Westminster PD honors its three fallen officers, others who died at annual memorial ceremony

Students from Westminster’s Westmont Elementary School submitted essays on why it’s important to remember fallen officers. Fourth-grader Allie Espinosa, fourth-grader Sherlin Clara and...

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'It only takes a moment' --- car thieves taking vehicles with children inside is not that rare

On Thursday, May 25, at 10:46 in the morning, a car was stolen from a residential neighborhood with a young child inside. Mom was getting ready to leave home when she ran back inside to retrieve...

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La Habra PD detective honored by OC Human Relations for proactive outreach efforts

Following a stabbing in a La Habra neighborhood, Det. Noah Daniels, who is part of the department’s gang unit, was having trouble finding witnesses to step forward and assist in his...

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Two high-performing K9s retire at La Habra PD; agency gets new four-legged crime fighter

La Habra city officials and the public recently had the opportunity to thank, and bid farewell, to two La Habra PD K9s responsible for sniffing out massive amounts of narcotics and keeping officers...

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Garden Grove PD, city officials continue to help neighborhood reinvent itself

The police chief was grilling hot dogs and the mayor was planting trees. A community services officer was blowing bubbles and firefighters were handing out plastic fire helmets to the kids. A...

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Thanks to the police, one especially spiteful bully will have his day in court

Most people hate bullies, but there are some who are especially spiteful. On May 10, 2017, a 22-year-old man with cerebral palsy pulled into the parking lot of a 7-Eleven in West Chester,...

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A child drowning call I will never forget

I must have responded to more than a dozen child drowning calls over the course of my career. In some cases, the children were rescued, revived and no worse for wear. Others suffered lifelong...

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Anaheim PD, ‘like no other work family,’ celebrates good work of its employees

Still in uniform or in suits, plenty of Anaheim police officers and staff looked as if they were at work at the City National Grove on Thursday, May 18. But everyone was there to celebrate. The...

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